SM11: Better Data for Building Management – Delivering the BIM Promise

David Oakeshot, Leader – Technical Advice (QLD), A.G. Coombs Advisory

Digital Information Management including Building Information Models promise significant improvements in the extent and usefulness of information available to Building Managers. Significantly enhanced and more detailed information about the built asset and its systems in a multi-dimensional spatial framework and with digital functionality digitisation, enables ‘BIM’ to help deliver better and more cost effective facilities.

The session will explore particular features that Building Managers can use today and should be looking for. Using current real world case study examples, the presentation will set out the range, functionally and benefits that are being delivered in the digitised facility. Digital risk and compliance management, BMCS integration for asset analytics, live and automated energy management functionality and optimised and proactive maintenance are some of the topics that will be covered.

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David has managed diverse technical teams within large contracting and service organisations and has been involved in our industry since 1993. Applying his extensive experience in working with building services in commercial buildings, hospitals, defence, education facilities, shopping centres and mining/ gas projects he provides practical and trusted advice to improve management, occupant, and commercial outcomes in facilities. In delivering technical guidance to building owners, construction teams and facility and property managers, David has earned a reputation for developing highly valued and long-term relationships with clients.

With an appetite for understanding and resolving complex technical systems, David works to make assets work correctly and efficiently.



Note: The seminar program may be subject to change. If you have registered for this seminar any topic, presenter, timetable or price changes will be communicated as soon as possible prior to the event.